06 Apr The Path to Empowerment, Self-Love and Body Acceptance with Dianne Bondy
Saturday, June 10, 2017
Registration is now open
Join Dianne Bondy for a workshop exploring the radical act of learning to love the skin you are in. This unique practice will integrate physical yoga, journaling, and discussion centered on the philosophy of yoga as it relates to equanimity and unity. Explore making yoga poses accessible and empowering for all levels, shapes, and sizes. Learn how to listen to your body and connect with your inner strength while exploring the path to self-acceptance.
This workshop is for you if you’re a yoga practitioner looking to connect to your own body and sense of self-worth. It’s for you if you’re a yoga teacher wanting to learn how to make yoga practice more accessible and empowering to all.
Our sense of our bodies and our sense of self-worth do not develop in isolation, outside the context of our life experiences. A framework of body equity encourages us to consider all factors and contexts that influence how a person feels about themselves.
Dianne Bondy is a celebrated yoga teacher, social justice activist and leading voice of the Yoga For All movement. She is an E-RTY 500 with Yoga Alliance, with extensive training in yoga therapy. She is a regular content contributor for Yoga International and columnist for Do You Yoga; Dianne has been featured in Yoga Journal magazine, The Guardian and appears as a guest author in the books: Yoga and Body Image, and Yes Yoga Has Curves. Dianne’s inclusive view of yoga inspires and empowers thousands of followers around the world – regardless of their shape, size, ethnicity, or level of ability. Find out more about Dianne by visiting her website: diannebondyyoga.com
We can all promote body equity by treating all people with dignity and respect regardless of their body size, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, skin colour or current level of physical or mental wellness.
The workshop will be held on Saturday, June 10th from 1:00 to 6:00 pm at Spirit Loft Movement & Yoga Centre, located at 290 Carlaw Avenue in Toronto.
The cost is $75 until May 15th or $90 after May 15th.
All proceeds go to support our mindfulness and yoga-based youth programs. We have a limited number of sliding scale spaces available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about sliding scale.